Monthly Archives: March 2006

Invalid Feeds

I’m allowing all feed types at Tinfoil. Unfortunately, validation seems to be a problem: WordPress 2.0′s Atom syntax is hopelessly out of date. And the RSS2 feed chokes on the two enclosures. But hey! The RDF-based RSS 1.0 feed worked … Continue reading

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RDF: The next Operating System

Speaking of Danny, he’s pointed to two terrific RDF resources: The first is ActiveRDF allowing access to RDF data from Ruby-on-Rails. This one I can’t wait to try. The RDFRoom — using RDF to create a virtual 3D room. Appropriate … Continue reading

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VRML: Your Time is Now

Larry Borsato responded to Om Malik’s glowing review of Hive7 — some kind of virtual community run on Ajax. He writes: While the AJAX version may be new, the concept isn’t. Almost 10 years ago, back when VRML was in … Continue reading

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Cans of Spam, Bits of Tinfoil

Introducing Tinfoil Project: because the world can never have too much tinfoil. First post features two podcasts.
The first sound file is Cans of Spam and it’s dedicated to Danny Ayers and his discussions on RSS/OPML and semantic web technologies. The second is dedicated to all those passionate Web 2.0 folks and the desks they sleep under. Continue reading

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Jangles

Another good reason to have a weblog is when you come away from a morning appointment that leaves you with the jangles and you just want to find a place to go with the flow for a bit until you … Continue reading

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Link Link Link

link link link link link (Just a note — all the links go to the same page) link link link link link (Why so many links?) link link link link link (Because I can. And there’s not a damn thing … Continue reading

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For the Birds

Viral marketing is for the birds, and Microsoft’s response to the Vista marketing campaign is for the squirrels. Read more NOW and also look at some pictures of pretty birds and cheeky squirrels. Real ones, not marketing constructs. Continue reading

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